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The Thirteenth Stone

The Thirteenth Stone

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Published by sankahouse
The Bible as a book of prophecy and a cabalistic document
The Bible as a book of prophecy and a cabalistic document

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Published by: sankahouse on Jun 13, 2012
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The Thirteenth Stone is surely one of the most extraordinary and radicalbooks ever published. In one explosive 600-page volume the author hascompletely rewritten the history of religion and gone far towardsuncoveringthe ancient mysteries — all of this springing out of a ground-breakingdecipherment of the enigmatic Dead Sea Scrolls. Lewis makes the boldclaim to have:
Shown the Bible to be a pagan book of the occult
Uncovered the mystery of the Holy Grail
Recovered the lost secrets of Freemasonry and the Knights Templar
Found the key to many of the prophecies of Nostradamus
Discerned a common thread in ancient myths from around the world
Laid bare the substance behind the alchemical concept of thetransmutation of base metals into gold
Discovered the true meaning and purpose of the Great PyramidIn doing so he has uncovered a real historical conspiracy that will shock even the most ardent of conspiracy theorists.Having covered the past almost completely, Lewis points to anextraordinary future for mankind. All the ancient secrets, he says,foreshadow the imminent arrival of an entirely new species of human beingand a golden age on earth.Apart from demolishing many other sacred cows, the author exposes themajor religions of the world as being utterly bankrupt.
"History is an alliance of reality and lies. The reality of history becomes a lie. The unreality of the fable becomesthe truth."Jean Cocteau
Read not to contradict and confute nor to believe and take forgranted, but to weigh and consider... Histories make menwise."Francis Bacon

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